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[audio]Infinite Love - Alan Driscoll
If you like this album, please consider helping raise the venue hire fee for my 2013 Melbourne International Comedy Festival show and second album recording. Details of how to contribute and the rewards available are at http://www.indiegogo.com/alandriscoll2013/ - Written and performed by Alan Driscoll. Recorded at Station 59, Melbourne on 6th October 2012. Recorded by Lucas Heil, Lauren Piko, Paul Piko and Claire Jeddou...
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[audio]The Womb - INTRO - Alan Driscoll
It’s been a long time that I’ve wanted to release special compilations devoted to individual artists. Originally I had intended on doing so via the netBloc series, but when the opportunity came about to put together this extensive collection of personal favorites from The Womb’s vast catalog, I came to the realization that such a compilation called for a completely new series of releases. Since the goal of the series is to introduce (or re-introduce) a particular artist to blocSonic’s li...
Keywords: blocsonic; intro; uk; england; the womb; alan driscoll; melbourne; australia
Downloads: 2,385
[audio]The Womb - Sex Tape - Alan Driscoll
There’s one thing about the internet that consistently blows me away… it’s the fact that there’s such an overwhelming amount of incredible music artists doing their thing independently and doing it SO well! Alan Driscoll and his The Womb project is one of them. Since 1998, he and his band of musical collaborators have created and released an impressive body of work that is at once explorative and infectious...
Keywords: blocsonic; album; pop; rock; indie; britpop; the womb; flac; ogg
Downloads: 3,780
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